Conservation and Restoration
Alexander & Ilya Mounting & Restoration Service - Alexander and his son Ilya has been in business for over 25 years and serve major collectors and galleries. He is a graduate school trained artist and conservator and a good custom mount fabricator.
Art Display Essentials - After many years of working with museums and dealers in the area of antiquities, fine arts and collectibles, they have seen an increasing need for reliable, quality stock display materials. They have brought together what we believe is the finest selection of stock mountings and display items in the world. These items have been extensively tested and used by major American and European institutions and collectors and are now available to you.
Irene Shekhtman - Museum Quality restoration and conservation for Western and non Western art of all mediums, metal, stone, ceramics, canvas. She is the real deal and will exceed all your expectations!
Association of Art Museum Directors - The Association of Art Museum Directors advances the profession by cultivating leadership capabilities of directors, advocating for the field, and fostering excellence in art museums. An agile, issues-driven organization, AAMD has three desired outcomes: engagement, leadership,and shared learning.
The British Museum - Sir Hans Sloane (1660–1753) collected more than 71,000 objects which he wanted to be preserved intact after his death. So he bequeathed the whole collection to the nation and on 7 June 1753, an Act of Parliament established the British Museum. The founding collections largely consisted of books, manuscripts and natural specimens with some antiquities (including coins and medals, prints and drawings) and ethnographic material. In 1757 King George II donated the 'Old Royal Library' of the sovereigns of England and with it the privilege of copyright receipt. It opened to the public on 15 January 1759.
The J. Paul Getty Museum - The J. Paul Getty Museum seeks to inspire curiosity about, and enjoyment and understanding of, the visual arts by collecting, conserving, exhibiting and interpreting works of art of outstanding quality and historical importance.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art - New Yorks premire museum with world class collections of Ancient Near Eastern, Greek, Roman, Cypriot, Pre Columbian, Asian, India, South East Asian, Tribal & Oceanic collections. A visit to New York should include a trip to see one of these collections and Art for Eternity.
Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association - Antique Tribal Art Dealers Association ATADA - An association of professional dealers, scholars and institutions providing education for the public and setting standards for the trade in Tribal Art. It is an organization of honest and informed sellers and professionals affording buyers much-needed security in their consultations and purchases.
Appraisers Association of America - Founded in 1949, the Appraisers Association of America, Inc. is the oldest non-profit professional association of personal property appraisers. The Appraisers Association of America has been a leader in the field by ensuring that appraisers with the AAA credential continue to be a consistently trustworthy source known for the highest standards of ethics, conduct and professionalism. Their site is searchable for different types of media.
Art Loss Register - Experts around the world use our services to check the provenance of items before they buy or handle them. Police, insurers, the trade and the public may record items that have been stolen to maximize their chances of recovery, and to record disputes or items within collections.
International Foundation for Art Research - Since its inception, IFAR's Authentication Research Service, unique in the U.S., has objectively researched art works whose authenticity or authorship are in question, or whose existence is unknown to specialists in the field. Because IFAR's experts and researchers are held harmless from litigation and have no financial interest in the outcome, they are free to render objective opinions. IFAR is also free to publish its research in the IFAR Journal or elsewhere. In this way, IFAR can inform the public and scholars about issues relating to authenticity and help prevent the trafficking of forged or misattributed art.
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